Visions of Victory Photo Exhibit
Photography and sports have evolved hand-in-hand for more than 100 years. The idea of stopping time — glimpsing motion itself in its infinite forms — applies equally to viewing athletics and to creating photographic images. The two worlds, those of the athlete and the photographer, have developed simultaneously in separate but overlapping universes, from a relatively primitive to an ever more sophisticated state. » View more
Punctuation Spire Sculpture
Punctuation Spire was created by William Crutchfield in 1981. The sculpture stands 28 feet high, 4 feet wide and 6 feet deep weighing 3,000 pounds. The materials used to create the sculpture include steel and aluminum, eight-ply birch plywood and Honduras mahogany. The piece was originally commissioned by A. Alfred Taubman for the Beverly Center, an eight-story shopping mall at the edge of Beverly Hills and West Hollywood in Los Angeles and was later gifted to Herron School of Art and Design at IUPUI. The sculpture now stands in the Wunsch Hojnacki Atrium of the IUPUI Campus Center, where it was installed in the summer of 2010. » View more
Campus Abstraction — Coming Soon
Created in 2010, Campus Abstraction depicts an aerial view of the IUPUI campus. Artist Nevada O. J. Buckley-King turned the shapes of roads and buildings into an abstract composition using bright colors and unique textures. Using green dots to symbolize students, Nevada included herself in the painting as a dot in the Herron School of Art and Design as a member of the class of 2012.
Campus Abstraction was presented to the IUPUI Campus Center by the Indiana University Foundation through their annual Spirit of Philanthopy celebration.
The IUPUI Campus Center recently held its first annual Art Competition in 2011 with Herron School of Art and Design's third year painting class. A jury of campus center employees selected painting major Marianna Bell's work Common Thread as the winner. The work is now displayed, along with a brief description, on the fourth floor of the Campus Center between the entrances of the Yale Pratt Meeting Room (CE 405). » View more
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